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PICKENS, S. C.:
TRURSDAY, Jijjj 8, 1907.
Peath of Mr. Thomas J. Childs.
* *! 9 ! vqiot 8nd 4?90 cit.
Izens h6 6ossed the Aver Into tih
great beyond. Mr. Childs died at
his home, two miles northeast of
Pickens, on the night of the 12th
inst., at the ripe age of 82 years. He
bad been in failing health for a year
or mere, and while his death is re
gretted it was not unexpected by his
family and near frieds.
He WAs hoi'h in Greenville connty
liov. 22, 1825, and lived in That
county until 1867, when he moved to
this county, where he has ltvit %we
since He has live *h6 We Mled since
187I and dWrini't 1tee years lived
an aprigt, 'Chrir'tiah' life. He was
the fathdr di T6 thildren, 13 of whom
livia 'to 'be grown, and 12 of whom
are'novliving and have families.
Ne -esrved four years in the Con
federate army and made a goods ol
dier, but was never wounded. In
early life he united with the Baptist
church and ever after lived up to the
profession he had made. He was
prompt in attending his church sor
vices and always ready to help for
ward any good work. He was a kind
and affectionate husband and fathei,
and numbered his friends by his ae
In the death of Mr. Childs one of
the best citizens of this county ba1s
been removed. Mis remains were
interred at Griffin Baptist church
last Sunday and was witnessed bj a
large concourse of sorrowing rela
tives and friends, the funerl ser
vices being coniducted by Rev. A. E.
Howard, his pastor.
He leaves a widow, 12 childten and
many grand-children, besides a large
number of friondv, to mourn ,him
death. To the bereaved oues we ex
tend our sncero sympathies. iR.
Scholarships for Girls.
Vacant scholarships of free tuition
are offered through the South Caro
lina Federation~ of Women's Clubs as
South Carolina Kindergarten Asiso -
ciation, one scholarship-for free tui
tion, good for two years.
Greenville College for Women -
two scholarships for free '.uition for
Tbese will be awarded by competi -
tive examinations to be held Augnst
Applicants must file their names
with the Chairman of the Depart
ment before -July 20th. Students
must be at least 15 years of. age and
prepareod to enter the Freshman, 03
any higher class, and must mforn
the Chairman which college she de.
sires to enter.
For further information apply to
Miss T1:J-onosu DARoAN,
Cbin. D~ept. Ecd. S. C. F. W. O0,
Dalzell, South Carolina.
Pickens, R. D. 2.
Crops as a whole are imnprov'ing.
With the recent rains and the pr-oper
cultivation there is a ver-y fair pror
pect for a good yield, although somtc
what later- thtan last year.
Miss Ella Mor-gan, daughter of
Mr. and Mr-s. W. L. Morgan, met*
with a ver-y painful accident last Sa~t
urdlay. While climbing a ladder a
round broke, resulting in her falling
and br-eaking her log. Dr. Webb sot
it and she is no-v doing very well.
The strinQ band met at the home
end siiro rend r t ral(l stmi)o extra
,Ine IQt6 to a large crowd of JI1
Frank L->oper was in this sectioi
last week-we suppose looking aftei
tbe'roads. He certainly didn't com(
The'Six Mile sehool opened Mon
lay morning, with Miss Cecil Heste,
as teacher. READKR:
The Anderson Intelligeneer al.
pears to have some gric-vance agaws
Congressman Aiken aipd would b,
pleased to have some one oppose hin
for reelection. So fasr our coutem
porary has said nothing against hi
ability or 8delity is ;pul.>liQ Per'van
for It Woud be ingotble to <do ,
with reason. He is frankness per
ionified and it is easy, to tell how h,
stands on all public questions. As i
3ongressman he has reflected hono
apou this congressional district am<
he stale by his honest and hount
able course. 1I these times of r
picion not a w'alsper has been bean
against his honesty. He saves littl<
vil (r9m hig *alary No tnai i
LAr 3hUt1UA% IA in Bupplying his iW
&IVdual wants and yet no nan, 0
his means, could be more liberal ii
deeds of charity.
Wyatt Aiken makes no claims t
oratory, but talks in such plain Ent
lish that everybody understands bin
and he is such a worker that be at
complishes as much as any (f hi
predecessors. le is a man of ti,
people and meets every call mad 01
him obearfully, promptly aud effect
His experience in public lire
knowledge of the needs and aspira
ations of all the people make hin
more than ever the-man for the place
- [Abbeville Medium.
NEW CLOTHING STORE.
Messrs. Anderson & Stewart Will Opei
Business September 1.
Messrs. Robert Andersonj nt.<
INobert H-i Stowirt, of this citY, hav
formed a partxorship and wdil optn ,
clothintfg aid men's furnishilig hasi
ness on September 1, in one of h,
storerooms in the Caubie .building o,
. Both young men are well knowi
in Greenville. Mr. Andersn va
connected with L Rothscbild's wenI
known establishment for 14. yeais
and resigned only a few days ago %-'
arrange the details of the new firm';
Mr. Stewart is well known in tho
eity and throughout the country
i-10 has been outdoor man at the
Ame~rican Spinning 0.i. for a numbe,
Df years, and asisuch h p has weighed
many a bale of cotton br'onught to rh,
mill by . farmers frog the aur~rou (d
Messrs. Anderson aed Stewart are
young men of ability and 'exper:
Bfnce, and their friends are predictine
a great deal of success for them. ir
their new business.
far. 'Ancierson has just returniet
from a trip to New York, where he
purchased a full line of gokds foi
1,be - firm's opening on September 1
-[Greenville News, 10th inst.
"Bob" Anderson, as he is .famil
arly known to everybody in thiu
county and everybody in the Pied,
mont who have ever bought goodi
My Hair is
Feed your hair; nourish it;
give it something to live on.
Then it will stop falling, and
will growv long and heavy.
A yer's H-air Vigor is the only
genuine hair-food you can
buy. It gives new life to the
hair-bulbs. You save wvhat
hair you have, and get more,
too. And it keeps the scalp
clean and healthy.
The best kind of a testimonial
"Sold for ovor sixty years."
bMadog3.SAy oCo a oeln, Mass.
8 S PILLS..
in L Ro'bubali, i8 a P
-roh e -t aUd 11i4 f l& the best
I O fN saemaii who evet vrioped
up quit for a se'tisfied cnstoiner
a counitcientious, paitiistaking
sales all and never miorepresenta
goo a to miake a li..- Such a man
-as he is ioomd to ,ucceed, nid his
num-rous . rie.141s are predicting.
great thiies for him and wish him
all kinds of tuccets in b 8 noew vet -
ture. for Wlia hipeumtg ad. in]
THE MAGI0 NO. 8.
Num-er thnee is a wouderfil mascot
for Geo. H. P 'rris, 'Qedar Grove, Me..
according to a letter w (ieb veads: "After
suffering nuch with liver and kinney
i rouble, sud Leocming grmitly disc.'ur
pged by ihn faailre to find relief, I itd
* letetrti Dittrq I rd a a result I am a
well miau hia-tss. Thu flA bottle reliev.
.d Aid three bo'.ties coa:ple,1ed the.cure."
Ou.ranteei best on (arth for htornaoh,
& liver utin kidney troublef, by Pickei,
Drug (;o., druggist, 50o.
Dean the The Kind You Have A sougtut
IS a delicious chew,
made from the best
North Carolina leaf;
a leaf that has a spec
ial texture, a special
flavor~ and which
makes RED EYE a
specially fine and satis
Most people prefer it
to tobacco costing one
dollar per pound.
Ask your dealer for it and
insist on him keeping it,
Write for Special Prices.
'Ub I IS I
.1 unant~ ionP~s for Rteiefi.
Comolainaat not S..rved.
STATE OF SOULTT4 OA ROGINA, .
Court of Comnmon P'leas.
Be'njamin~ L. Lowery,
W. Alec asy
. -mey - Defendant.
To the Defend.-nt above named:
You are hiereby summoned 'and re
qulredIto Pnswver the complaint in this
aurion, which was tiled in the office of a
tihe Clerk of Court of the sauid counity, i
on the 12th day. o( July 1907 and to
serve a copy of yiur'adnswer to the said'
.com plaint upaon the subtscriber'.at his. of
fice, on the Pubalic Square, at Walhalla. a
Court Roauw* Soauth Caroljina, withim
Itwenty (days after the service hereof, ex
clusive of thle da.y of such service; and
if ye u fail to naswer thle complaint
withiunthe time aforesaid,ithe Plaintiff in
this action will apply to the (ourt for -
the relief dlerlandled in~ the complaint.'
Dated July .12th A. D) 1907.
. . . T. Jay. ii,
A. J. Rog~.gs [L. 8 ] Puffs. Atty.
Y ou havm to pay for JIOLMAN'S
BIBLES, an~d .that's whaet you
Let miwe rder one for that Birthday
Gift for you ther, Mother, Huusbanlil
WVife, tGhildi Sxster or lBrother' with name
stamped in gold withoutt exra co4t.
.Picke'ns, S. C.
Notice of Final Settlenment and Dischar'ge,
N O'i'I(CE is hereby given that. I will
make a pplica tlon to J. B. New bery
Erq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, mn the state of South Unrolina,
on the 25th (lay of July 19071, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as s'on there-.
aftter as saidl ali1cation can 1)e heard.
for lov to miake final settlemnent of the
estate of J. RI. Williams and to obtain
discharge as Executrix of said estate.
Sarah A. Williams
Juno 27, 1907t4 re,...ri..
Only two Classes
If you want to
on a picnic trip c
If you Want
. Shoe a
We have dividrd a goodly
8HOES in SIX big lots w,
entirdy at the prices belov
1 tOL Consisting of
Lot 2, col"9
Lot 3, consiatiug
. -Lot 5, Con"""""g
L ot 6. Consisting
Ths laeudonbtedly thes biggest bai
A ie en thOess ioe, a good esey d
d! vy ur wfe, your boya, y our girls en,
VMe h'ave bi iipht a very hei avy icek <
hises thai we offer h|ese b' rpnii e, Ce n
'inced thiat "hut we say is tiue. Buy th<
nd also ou wvill save half of your slhoe
MOORE & T
Mean $ $ nm
buy or wear t]
ease and durability,
toe the mark
M. C. KISER
arry a box of
Pickens, 5. C.
a Lo Price
art of our excellouzt stock of
ich we propose to c!oso out -
69 pairs childreu and infants
of 78 pairs of Womn and
of 97 pairs of m<
f 137 pairs men, women and
of 137 pairs' wo 'VsI' shIoe
f195 pairs of mnens shoes
rgains over oflered in Pickens county.
id of ai shoe you wvnnt.
too, en excellent everyday uhoe for your
I your bi'bies, and they are all gcod 8er
f Fall shoes end it is to make room for
Be in and see Ihemi an~d you will be con
mn anad wear tbnm and you will be pleased
ade to all who
ciem. In style1
"Shield Brand.Shoes '
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